In a series of filings made ahead of a Feb. 13 deadline, the former partners in question argue that U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Martin Glenn should not approve the Chapter 11 plan, which serves as a blueprint for how the Dewey estate expects to dispose of its assets in order to pay off creditors who say they are owed a combined total of some $600 million.
Objections Raised to a Key Piece of Dewey's Liquidation Plan
The Am Law Daily
February 15, 2013
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